Shiny thinigs far away that capture attention and don't let go.

I can spend hours on this eye candy…

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Not even the same :star_struck:


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I will say psychedelics are awesome :slight_smile:

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Beautiful.

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Maintak,

Thanks for sharing this here.

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Have you guys been able to see the comment?
(I know @Picks_by_Nisha also like these things)
It’s been super foggy here at night.

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Where I live, I’m lucky if I can see the moon.

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LA?

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Mars.

I mean, totally not Mars why would anyone say Mars?

lunar-cheese

Save some cheese for me.

I would probably have to drive an hour or so to get in skies dark enough to stand a chance. The light pollution has gotten so bad for me that I was unable to find the Pleiades on a recent clear moonless night. When I was a kid, the Pleiades was my test for whether or not to go out; if I could see less than 12 of them, it wasn’t worth driving to the observatory, and that was checking from a house in the suburbs with a streetlight in the backyard!

But I was under incredibly dark skies in 1998 for Hyakutake; impressive as heck, even though all the excitement was over Hale-Bopp.

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Where I live in the woods in between 2 large swamps it is pitch dark at night and what sky I can see is incredible. I can go down the road a ways to a cotton field and see most of the night sky. I take the dogs for a walk in the wee hours and always strap on a pistol or carry my shotgun, lots of critters here. Special night sky events I get out camera gear and set up a tripod. I can get some great shots here.

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On a day like today…

Wish I was there.

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Everything seems easier to deal with, with Saturn in the foreground.

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Uranus or bust

I tell no lies

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Unbelievably beautiful.